The Malaysia Grand Prix in Numbers

Statistics from the Malaysia Grand Prix weekend

Total number of laps completed (by driver)

  1. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 150
  2. Felipe Massa – Williams – 149
  3. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 147
  4. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 142
  5. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 142
  6. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 141
  7. Kimi Räikkönen – Ferrari – 139
  8. Fernando Alonso – Ferrari – 135
  9. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 132
  10. Jenson Button – McLaren – 130
  11. Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull – 129
  12. Marcus Ericsson – Caterham – 128
  13. Esteban Gutierrez – Sauber – 125
  14. Kevin Magnussen – McLaren – 118
  15. Max Chilton – Marussia – 108
  16. Jean-Eric Vergne – Toro Rosso – 107
  17. Romain Grosjean – Lotus – 106
  18. Adrian Sutil – Sauber – 103
  19. Jules Bianchi – Marussia – 81
  20. Kamui Kobayashi – Caterham – 75
  21. Sergio Perez – Force India – 57
  22. Pastor Maldonado – Lotus – 37

Total number of laps completed (by team)

  1. Williams – 299
  2. Mercedes – 283
  3. Ferrari – 274
  4. Red Bull – 261
  5. Toro Rosso – 249
  6. McLaren – 248
  7. Sauber – 228
  8. Force India – 204
  9. Caterham – 203
  10. Marussia – 189
  11. Lotus – 143

Number of race laps: 56
Number of safety cars: 0
Number of race starters: 21
Number of times race lead changed hands (includes pole sitter): 2
Number of different race leaders (excludes pole sitter if lead changes off the line): 2
Number of classified drivers: 15
Number of retirements: 6
Number of drivers on lead lap at chequered flag: 8
Number of teams scoring points: 7
Most places gained: 10 (Valtteri Bottas 18th-8th)
Number of visits to pit-lane: 60
…of which were pit-stops: 55
Stop/go penalties: 3
Retirements in pit-lane: 2
Fastest lap: Lewis Hamilton 1:43.066 on lap 53

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